Japanese Style Curry Udon Noodles (Karei Udon)

Japanese Style Curry Udon Noodles (Karei Udon) created by Liz1317

I love the idea of the mixture of curry in this traditional udon noodle recipe! If you haven't tried udon noodles: they are a thick noodle used in many Asian recipes

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  • In a 2 quart saucepan, heat the oil. Add the flour and cook, stirring for a minute over low heat. Add the curry powder and cook another minute. Whisk in the hot vegetable stock all at once: it will thicken almost instantaneously. Add the soy sauce and syrup and cook until thick enough to coat the back of a wooden spoon.
  • Cook the udon noodles in a large pot of boiling water. When al dente, drain well, rinse and place into 4 large bowls. Fill each bowl with curry sauce, top with scallions and serve immediately.
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"I love the idea of the mixture of curry in this traditional udon noodle recipe! If you haven't tried udon noodles: they are a thick noodle used in many Asian recipes"

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  1. Liz1317
    Japanese Style Curry Udon Noodles (Karei Udon) Created by Liz1317
  2. Liz1317
    This recipe was amazing! I cut the oil and stock, used brown rice udon and added steamed cauliflower and toasted sesame.
  3. Lizzie Rodriquez
    While the taste is pretty good, I would have preferred the sauce thicker and with rice..
  4. ammil87
    I appreciate this recipe because it gives me something to build upon. I really enjoyed the noodles and the consistency of the sauce. In other words, the sauce is a good base...but it needs a little more flavor. I'll definitely use this again and just add in some spices to suite our tastes. Thank you!
  5. Chefaiath
    Tastes just like the soup I buy at my favourite Japanese restaurant! I did however make it in a much smaller portion, skipped the syrup and used about half the required stock. It makes it thicker and the flavours stronger. Add veggies and life is perfect.
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